FETSI is a new experiment by Martin Grabner and Birgit Pestal.
The idea is to save the back and the wrist during finetuning of tricky notes.
Having the station as flexible as possible and nicely rotatable and also without any disturbing noise was priority while planning. We made the height adjustable – so i can keep my habit of sitting with a straight back.
Momentarily i am testing Fetsi for problematic notes on closed instruments. On the one hand it is wonderful to work like this, but on the other hand of course one lacks certain mobility freedom.
Result: Happy we were able to create this Prototype at
PAIN LAB PAN LAB. But tuning on the lap stays the best option. This is good for some notes on some days. If the tuner is in pain “Fetsi” is the tool of choice.
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